Calico Ghost Town
This is such a great place to take family lots of eating options. Go explore the mines or take the little train around calico.
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“Thinking of it as hiking though the sky! If you are craving excitement, look no further. Ziplines at Pacific Crest is located just 75 miles from Los Angeles, right above Rancho Cucamonga in the San Gabriel Mountains next to Mountain High Resort. Both of our zipline courses are literally built in the trees—enabling you to truly be in the environment, zipping from one platform to the next. Our Canopy Tour is one of the most thrilling zipline courses in the nation, offering heights of up to 300 feet off the forest floor, lengths of over 1,500 feet. Our Mountain View Tour provides another unique zipline experience and a bonus, unique experience—imagine leaping off a tree platform in controlled free-fall! (Now imagine doing it twice!) Contact our office for special group rates and programs. Our staff undergo rigorous training, in accordance with the Association for Challenge Course Technology. We are experts in the local ecology of the San Gabriel Mountain Range—which means that not only will we entertain you on an unforgettable experience, we’ll also impress you with our knowledge.”
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“Twice a year hundreds of thousands of off-road enthusiasts compete and this world renown trail.”
“A fun place to hang with the local Media and Cowboy people. Live Music, Country, Rock, Pop and Dancing. Great Food in a stylized Setting, Worth the Drive. ”
“It’s worth remembering that Antelope Valley has been settled for thousands of years, and at the Indian Museum you’ll get an insight into the area’s rich anthropology. The museum dates to 1928 when it was set up by a self-sufficient farmer and artist called H. Arden Edwards who made a homestead here. Exhibits include ceramics and textiles to give a glimpse of the norms and lifestyles of both aboriginal and present-day Native American groups. At Joshua Cottage you can see how Native Americans started fires or processed grains for meals.”